London-based filmmaker and editor, Daisy Ifama leaves a lasting impression on her audience. With a stream of powerful and thought-provoking projects attached to her belt, she’s creating stories and telling stories that matter. Although she wasn’t completely set on attending university, some helpful encouragement from her school teacher pushed her to undertake a degree in media and communications at Goldsmiths. Now a freelance filmmaker and editor, upon graduating, Daisy had little knowledge that her current role even existed, or that it was even within her reach. Having helped launch gal-dem in 2015, Daisy felt ready to jump into freelance life after acquiring a host of skills whilst working on the now-established media platform. Daisy talks to us about what it takes to create and tell important stories both online and offline, and how her interest in filmmaking was sparked by YouTube.